President Rodrigo Duterte had just delivered his first State of the Nation Address SONA in what is tagged to be a very powerful and patriotic speech
Like most of Dutertes comments his first SONA has been just as divisive Find out why here
Former Senate President Nene Pimentel says centralization of power and unlikely passage of BBL demanded the proposed shift to federalism
ExSenator Pimentel discusses future changes as federalism is proposed by the current administration
Jose Rizal wanted federalism too Former CJ Puno
New lawmakers proposed projects amounting to M exceeded the project entitlement fund limit by M making the restoration of pork barrel possible
President Rodrigo Duterte has been a threat to the democracy warning various institutions not to interrupt his plans in changing the Philippines
Philippines will be under Federalism by 2022 according to timetable of Duterte administration. Change in the form of the government will be for the economy and not for politics. An election for the Constitutional Convention...
President Rodrigo Duterte has repeatedly spoken about changing the Philippines’ form of government into federalism. According to the president-elect, a federal government can help the Philippines improve and move to better future.
Rodrigo Duterte has repeatedly stated his plan to change the Philippines form of government into federalism. According to the incoming president, this form of government can help the Philippines become a better and stronger nation
Presidentelect Rodrigo Duterte has promised that he will put an end to all kinds of criminality in the Philippines including those from the terror groups
Presidentelect Rodrigo Dutertes partner Honeylet Avanceña said that there will be no other woman to take the position of First Lady other than herself
Senator Koko Pimentel III said that a constitutional convention is his preferred way toward a federal form of government in the Philippines